Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: tanha

  tāṅhā—there    Adi 4.85, Adi 5.33, Adi 5.42, Adi 5.44, Adi 5.98, Adi 5.100-101, Adi 5.181, Adi 5.195, Adi 8.52, Madhya 1.110 (and more...)
  tāṅhā—that    Adi 4.199, Adi 4.200-201, Adi 16.102
  tāṅhā—at that place    Adi 5.231, Madhya 6.15
  tāṅhā—Them    Adi 2.40
  tāṅhā—Her    Adi 4.218
  tāṅhā—there (in the impersonal Brahman effulgence)    Adi 5.38
  tāṅhā—within that    Adi 5.111
  tāṅhā—there only    Adi 7.23
  tāṅhā—Him    Madhya 18.192
  tāṅhā—there (to Bengal)    Antya 2.41
  tāṅhā vinā—without Him    Madhya 11.48, Madhya 16.6
  tāṅhā ba-i—except Him    Adi 13.76
  tāṅhā haite—from him (Svarūpa Dāmodara)    Adi 4.161
  tāṅhā haite—than him    Madhya 11.138
  tāṅhā haite—from that original catur-vyūha    Madhya 20.193
  tāṅhā haite—from such an author.    Madhya 25.49
  tāṅhā lañā—taking him along    Madhya 19.37
  tāṅhā lañā—taking him    Antya 3.49
  tāṅhā lāgi—for them    Antya 9.126
  tāṅhā sane—with him    Madhya 25.212
  tāṅhā vine—without Him    Antya 19.43
  tāṅhā vinu—without Her    Madhya 8.114
  tāṅhā āise—one comes there    Antya 3.7
  tāṅhā-sabā—all of them    Madhya 7.92
  tāṅhā-saha—with Him    Antya 5.149

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